Users of QuickPost are going to want to grab this latest version as soon as possible. With a selection of enhancements for both the free and paid version, QuickPost is introducing compatibility with yet another social app - Instagram!
Of course, we don't have a native Instagram app for BlackBerry 10, but we do have a couple of great third party ones and it's those that are now supported by QuickPost. So if you use either iGrann or Inst10 you'll now be able to upload to them as well as all of the other services - sweet!
As you can see below, there's plenty of other good stuff, but it's the Instagram news that should really please users.
New in Version 2.2:
Introducing: Instagram - Sharing to instagram has never been easier with the addition of Inst10 and iGrann!
New Start Screen - The QP Startup process has been enhanced with a new start screen.
Enhanced Target Picker - Share targets are now always visible, and QP will skip any that don't support the post.
Welcome Page Easy Access - Miss the welcome page on the first launch? Now you can open it again from the Help library.
Fix: QP Music Missing Album Art, Part 2 - Properly recognizes when album art is available when playing a video.
Share Target Reset - The new 'Reset' button on the share target customization page allows you to reset all your share targets to their default settings.
Increased URL Shortening Quota - Due to a higher than expected demand for the QP URL Shortening feature, Google started cutting off QP users after a collective daily limit was hit. This update vastly increases this limit and allows us to further increase it OTA in the future.
Cloud Sync Reliability - Fixed a bug that could cause your saved settings to be lost if QP was closed before the initial load was completed.
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